MultCloud enables multiple cloud storage users to move files from one cloud to another through a windows explorer type service, instead of opening several browser tabs and logging in each cloud service like Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive, Flickr, Yandex, etc. MultCloud also offers a cloud to cloud transfer feature which allows users to transfer files between cloud storage. For instance, transfer files from OneDrive to Google Drive. Besides, the process of transfer runs on the server of MultCloud, so no need to keep device working all the time to download & re-upload files from one cloud to another.
Most of these cloud storage providers like Dropbox, Google Drive, Onedrive, Box, Flickr, Yandex, SugarSync, ... have their owen special features. As a result, many people may use multiple cloud services to fulfill their all their needs. However, when it’s needed to migrate cloud, for instance, move files from Dropbox to Google Drive, it is really time wasting to download the files from Dropbox and re-upload them to Google Drive. But with MultCloud, you can copy files from Dropbox to Google Drive through a Windows Explorer type service and the process of cloud to cloud migration runs on the server of MultCloud, so it will be still transferring even when your device is powered of. Therefore, MultCloud can be a very really convenient tool to backup, sync and transfer data across clouds.
Use your preferred E-mail to create an account on MultCloud and confirm the registration message sent to your e-mail to log in.
Click on “Add Cloud Drives” and select the cloud storage service you wish to add. For instance, select Dropbox to add connector to MultCloud. Click on “next” to move on.
Click on “allow” to add your cloud storage service connector to MultCloud.
Tips: MultCloud will NOT store users’ file permanently. When the transfer of data is complete, the data will be deleted from MultCloud database.
Click on the tab “Transfer”. Select the cloud services you wish to migrate files between. Click on “Run Now” and MultCloud will start to move files from Dropbox to Google Drive.
MultCloud supports Dropbox, OwnCloud, WebDAV, Google Drive, MEGA, etc. all almost 30 cloud drives. These clouds are popular and safe cloud storages which gain large number of users all over the world.